Book Review

BOOK REVIEW: The Littlest Witch by Bianca Pitzorno

- Short Review - As Halloween approaches and children begin to be surrounded by all things dark and mythical that go bump in the night, why not get them reading this little gem from Catnip Books - The Littlest Witch by Bianca Pitzorno is a delightful little tale that warms the heart. - Long Review… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Littlest Witch by Bianca Pitzorno

Children's Fiction

FICTION: Shroom Raider (Chapter One) by Andrew Murray

We are delighted to be serialising the first seven chapters of Shroom Raider a Young Adult novel by Andrew Murray - we hope you enjoy!   One – New London Can Take It General Willard D. Earthstar peered down through the telescope, across the mile of empty space that separated New London from the Enemy… Continue reading FICTION: Shroom Raider (Chapter One) by Andrew Murray

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BOOK REVIEW: Once Upon A Wild Wood by Chris Riddell

- Short Review -Once Upon A Wild Wood is a feast for the eyes - Illustrated fabulously by Chris Riddell with a beautifully crafted cover. This book is also written by Chris Riddell and follows the story of Little Green Raincape as she ventures through the forest to attend Rapunzel's party deep in the woods.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Once Upon A Wild Wood by Chris Riddell

Children's Fiction

Book Review: The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling

- Short Review - This is the story of a wolf pack who adopt a human child, when the tiger, Shere Khan, hunts outside of his territory against the law of the jungle. Mowgli, the boy, grows up with the animals. He learns the law of the jungle from Baloo the bear and Bagheera the… Continue reading Book Review: The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling

Book Review, Children's Fiction, Middle Grade Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: The Wilderness Wars by Barbara Henderson

- On the back of the book - What if nature fights back? Still in a daze, I take it all in: the wind, the leaden skies, the churning moody sea. And, far in the distance, a misty outline. Skelsay. Wilderness haven. Building-site. Luxury-retreat-to-be. And now, home. When her father’s construction work takes Em’s family… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Wilderness Wars by Barbara Henderson

Children's Fiction, Middle Grade Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: The Way Past Winter by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

- Short Review - The Way Past Winter follows the lives of Mila and her sisters and an adventure that takes place when their brother Oskar disappears one night - after the arrival of a stranger rocks their very foundations of family life. The story in essence is an adventure / coming of age tale… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Way Past Winter by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

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INTERVIEW: S.A. Patrick

We had the great pleasure to interview S.A. Patrick about his new book 'A Darkness of Dragons' - which is a fabulous piece of fiction. Check out our review if you need some clarification! This book is going to explode onto the scene and help to prop up a generation of children and young people… Continue reading INTERVIEW: S.A. Patrick